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Syrian Army seizes 3 more towns in southeast Idlib as terrorists retreat west

The terrorist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) and their Turkish-backed allies have suffered more setbacks in the southeastern countryside of Idlib this week, following a new push by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) to capture the Jabal Al-Zawiya region.

Backed by Russian airstrikes, the Syrian Arab Army was able to capture three more towns in southeastern Idlib after taking control of the jihadist stronghold of Kafr Sijnah last night.

According to a field report from southeastern Idlib this morning, the Syrian Arab Army captured the towns of Al-Naqayar, Araynabiyah, and Sitouh Al-Dayr, which are all south of Kafr Sijnah.

The report added that the remaining terrorist rebels have withdraw west in order to avoid being captured by the Syrian Armed Forces.

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